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Woods Bagot unveils new London hotel design

International architecture firm Woods Bagot has unveiled its plans to transform a London landmark into a luxury hotel overlooking the Tower of London.

Woods Bagot is working with US firm Thomas Enterprises on the £150 million project which will see the Grade-II listed 10 Trinity Square converted into a 131-bedroom hotel with spa and 30 apartments.

The model is being unveiled on the London Stand at MIPIM, currently underway in Cannes.

Rob Steul, principle at Woods Bagot said: ‘We have been working with English Heritage and the City of London to develop a design which removes unsympathetic 1960s extensions and restores the central rotunda space to the building, which was lost during the Blitz.’

Thomas Enterprises purchased the site in 2006 and have recently applied to the City of London Corporation for planning permission to proceed with the scheme. A decision is expected by summer this year.

10 Trinity Square, which was built between 1915 and 1922, was originally the headquarters of the Port of London Authority.

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